Latke Flipping

I snagged a cute Hanukkah hostess gift at, of all places, my neighborhood Duane Reade store. It’s a Chanukah Latke Server by Rite Lite and if you can’t find it locally you can buy it at for $7.77 (free shipping if you’re an Amazon Prime member). The server is stainless steel and dishwasher safe, and you can’t really think of a more practical (and affordable) Hanukkah hostess gift. I’m bringing one along to our family Hanukkah party next weekend–if your family and friends celebrate Hanukkah, too, you might want to stock up on a few as gifts, too! Buy it at

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2 Responses to Latke Flipping

  1. Jennifer G. says:

    They sell them at Party City as well.

  2. Manuela says:

    about choosing not to have cierdlhn. I love Noah and I could never imagine my life without him. That’s a given, but when I think about people I know, who are living incredible lives, traveling, having fabulous high powered careers, or are into sports, getting together with friends….I think, if they have cierdlhn at some point, most of these wonderful things will go away for the most part. Yes you can travel, work, play sports, see friends after kids, but it’s just not the same at all. I didn’t think things would change completely, I just thought they would change 50%, but no, my life is about 150% different.For some, the change and having a kid-centered life brings total happiness, but for others I think that it brings much the opposite. There is a media myth out there that being a parent makes your happy and your life complete, when in fact recent studies show the opposite. I wish that there was more honesty and transparency. That way society could understand and accept more, the choice to not have cierdlhn, in addition to having them!I admire your self-awareness and honesty Lws. Thanks.Eh hem…”anonymous from the UAE”-Thank you for the comments.First, lack of linkage- that was merely an over-site, will go back and add to the template soon.How can you say don’t let it bother me? If something bothers me, it does. Anyway, perhaps once you and Youssef hear it for over five years, from everyone, then maybe it would bother you too. I’ve never had the tough shell that you do. We’re different, that’s normal. It doesn’t bother me as much anymore as makes me annoyed anyway.I understand what you are saying about the baby thing. Be careful what you wish for with the toddler and upwards. Have you been around a toddler or a preschooler having a meltdown? I know you have, but like, for several years straight? OMG. Really. I get it though, you are great with kids and babies are not the same level of interaction.

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